The successor to the Project CARS game, Project CARS 2 was released this week for the Xbox One and for Windows 10-based PC systems.

Yes, the wait is finally over and you can now get involved in a number of races with Project CARS 2’s new realistic track surface that is powered by the developer’s new LiveTrack 3.0 technology.

LiveTrack 3.0 will affect your vehicle’s performance, grip, and handling in real-time for a more realistic and detailed racing experience.

They explained more about it with the following:

Project CARS 2 represents the second installment of one of the biggest ambitious racing game ever made. Created by gamers and fine-tuned by pro drivers it features over 180 licensed cars taken from the most exciting disciplines around the globe like Rallycross, IndyCar, etc.; the largest track roster (140 individual layouts) of any console racing game ever; challenging track surface empowered by LiveTrack 3.0 that affects vehicle performance, grip, and handling in real-time with bleeding-edge tire physics and surface deformities; a full 24-hour cycle faithfully recreates the atmospheric conditions and ambience of a specific time of year, dynamic time-of-day, weather, and seasonal race conditions, a strong and fun career mode and last but not least a great online competition that will immerse players into the shoes of a real driver.

You can also check out the trailer below for a quick look at the game.

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